Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Mean Green Dean Machine

Democrats are distancing themselves from DNC Chairman Howard Dean due to several fanatical rants in the past week.

Dean Defends Criticism of Republican Party

"not very friendly to different kinds of people, they are a pretty monolithic party ... it's pretty much a white, Christian party."

"never made an honest living in their lives,"

The latest to bail on him is Bill Richardson.

"He's not the spokesman for the party. It's governors, it's senators, it's party leaders."

Joining him are Nancy Pelosi:

"I don't think that the statement the governor (Dean) made was a helpful statement"

and Joseph Biden:

"has views that are slightly different than mine”

"doesn't speak for me with that kind of rhetoric, and I don't think he speaks for the majority of Democrats"

and John Edwards:

"is not the spokesman for the party"

"a voice. I don't agree with it"

One might think Dean’s lunacy is a plot to make Hillary look normal. And maybe it was. But Hillary decided to spoil the surprise with her own drivel.

"Some honestly believe they are motivated by the truth; they are motivated by a higher calling; they are motivated by, I guess, a direct line to the heavens."

"There has never been an administration . . . in our history more intent upon consolidating and abusing power to further their own agenda"

There you go again, slapping all of us with that fanatical religious tag. It warms my heart to know that Democrats have learned absolutely nothing in the last 10 years. Anything that solidifies their position in the minority is fine with me. Bring on 2006.

In Sports:
Nats 7, As 2
Why can't Soros buy the Devil Rays?

Braves 4, Angels 8